Updated Gliffy 2.0 Interface

Just in time for the Atlassian Summit (where we are a sponsor), today we are announcing a number of updates to our popular products, The Gliffy Plugin for Confluence and The Gliffy Plugin for JIRA. Among the updates are a redesigned, more professional looking user interface; improved application usability, default colors, and revision history; and improved and redesigned network symbols. Gliffy's intuitive drag-and-drop interface combines the power of traditional desktop software with the lightweight, low learning curve and flexible features of today's most popular browser-based applications. More Atlassian customers use Gliffy to make information visual and easier to understand than any other diagramming plugin.

The Gliffy Plugin for Confluence 2.0.0 also includes an important update to ensure compatibility with the upcoming Confluence 3.0 release.

The updated plugins are available immediately on their respective download pages:

An example of the new Gliffy Network Symbols

In addition to the before mentioned updates, a few other minor issues were addressed:

  • [GLIFFY-120] - Fitting to screen and then resizing palettes and symbols, won't let you fit to screen again
  • [GLIFFY-200] - Mousing over Flowchart shape in Palette at zoom 'Fit to screen' changes its line width
  • [GLIFFY-243] - line color 'no fill' does nothing
  • [GLIFFY-356] - Hard to see rotate widget/icon for shape
  • [GLIFFY-1281] - Whitespace should be trimmed from diagram names before they are created
  • [GLIFFY-1294] - Highlighted diagram name incorrectly indicates that Diagram is seleted
  • [GLIFFY-264] - Evaluate Changing Order of Buttons on Toolbar.
  • [GLIFFY-268] - Make Shape Overlay less beefy
  • [GLIFFY-274] - Revision History needs rethinking maybe
  • [GLIFFY-512] - Improved Interface
  • [GLIFFY-477] - Have a 'help' button where people expect it
  • [GLIFFY-1269] - Enable Lock / Unlock Shape function when multiple shapes are selected